Favorite films

  • Swan Lake: The Zone
  • The Lonely Voice of Man
  • Revenge
  • Goshogaoka

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  • Axolotl

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Recent reviews

  • In the Shadow of the Blue Rascal

    In the Shadow of the Blue Rascal

    A psychedelic odyssey akin to Sganzerla's The Abyss. Features a kaleidoscopic array of imagery spanning from cerebrally soothing to fully horrifying and a strangely poetic, ableit vivid and profane narration which marks the film throughout. If one is looking for a coherent plot or graspable story, In the Shadow of the Blue Rascal is an address wrongly visited. I'd suggest instead letting the lucid imagery wash over you and let the occassionally funny but always bizzare dystopian string of events unfold.

  • Annie Hall

    Annie Hall

    Like with all of the other Allen's I've seen, I was only peripherally amused and charmed by this. Some interesting ideas (both cinematically and textually) and obvious informativeness on diverse topics such as psychoanalysis and Marshall McLuhan, but not enough to make for a poignant case. Also, comedically, this falls incredibly short to me. I didn't laugh once, so it wasn't very funny, nor was I amused by the so-called wit. The romance itself also felt under-developed, as did Allen's…

Popular reviews

  • Life in a Year

    Life in a Year

    EDIT: I hated my previous review but I also hated this movie. I really really hated this movie.

  • The Last Dive

    The Last Dive

    Monteiro's profound visions of seduction mixed with that horrible illness: the will to die. It is apparent that Monteiro, completely effortlessly, creates subdued sketches of whatever he is presenting. The overarching themes of his work seem to be the threads of vulgar and sacred knitting a complex plane of human existence. It isn't cheap but also not obscure; it provides a mystique in which every person trying to live (to experience, to seek) must clad themselves into. Monteiro loves the…